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The training course helps dispel the belief that fractured rock sites are too complex to characterize and remediate. The physical, chemical and contaminant transport concepts in fractured rock have similarities to unconsolidated porous media, yet there are important differences. These differences are the focus of this training.
The Geospatial Analysis for Optimization at Environmental Sites training course explains, educates, and trains state regulators and other practitioners in understanding and using geospatial analyses to evaluate optimization opportunities at environmental sites.
The Incremental Sampling Methodology (ISM) training courses describe the principles and the approaches needed to ensure representative, reproducible, and defensible data during soil sampling. ISM involves planning, sample collection, and laboratory processing and analysis to provide a representative sample with results that more accurately reflect the mean concentration of the area of interest than discrete samples. The ISM training courses provide you the key principles regarding sampling and sampling error and how ISM reduces those errors so that you can have more confidence in your sampling results.
This training course provides a holistic process for management of challenging sites, termed “adaptive site management.” This process is a comprehensive, flexible, and iterative process that is well-suited for sites where there is significant uncertainty in remedy performance predictions.